Post Malone writes off $323k Rolls Royce in early morning crash

08 September, 2018, 00:15 | Author: Miranda Cannon
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Malone was involved in a vehicle crash early Friday morning in West Hollywood as his Rolls Royce crashed into a Kia and then a fence, according to Billboard.

The "Rockstar" entertainer's Rolls Royce Wraith collided with a Kia vehicle around 2:40 am on Friday morning on Santa Monica Boulevard. The preliminary investigation revealed no alcohol was involved in the crash.

The hip-hop star later tweeted: 'God must hate me lol'.

Post Malone was in the passenger seat and his assistant was driving, Beverly Hills police told Billboard.

But the frequency of accidents he's been involved in wasn't lost on Post Malone.

After the incident, Post Malone tweeted: "I landed guys".


The rapper, whose given name is Austin Richard Post, looked "stoic" as he watched police look over the crash site, according to CBS Los Angeles. The plane's tires blew during takeoff on the flight to England, and the pilot was forced to fly around the Northeast for almost five hours to burn fuel before making a safe emergency landing at Stewart International Airport in NY.

Last month, he was traveling on a Gulfstream jet that blew two tires during takeoff at a small New Jersey airport.

Speaking to TMZ after landing, Malone said: 'Oh, my God, I hate flying in general.

It was forced to circle over the NY area for several hours to burn off fuel before landing safely.

The pilot circled the Teterboro Airport for about 30 minutes before the jet was diverted so it could burn fuel to make it safer in case the pilot needed to eventually crash land.

Post Malone had been in the NY area on Monday for the MTV Video Music Awards, where he won the song of the year prize.

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